Law

Andy Coulson, Former News Of The World Editor, Detained On Perjury Charges

In the most recent development of the scandal that has rocked Rupert Murdoch's disgraced News of the World tabloid, former editor Andy Coulson has been detained on perjury charges over court testimony about phone hacking. Coulson, 44, has been taken into custody by Scottish police as a part of an investigation into phone hacking and perjury at the trial of politician Tommy Sheridan.

Sarah Hughes Won't Get Ice Rink Renamed For Her

Sarah Hughes, who an Olympic gold medal for the U.S. at the 2002 Winter Olympics, won't have the public skating rink in Great Neck, N.Y., renamed in her honor, the Great Neck Park Commission has ruled.

Who Is Brett Kimberlin? Meet The 'Speedway Bomber' Turned 'Liberal Activist'

Brett Kimberlin, also known as the Speedway Bomber, is the infamous male who set an Indiana town ablaze with a series of coordinated bombings in 1978. The man behind the madness was also convicted of thirty three additional crimes, including illegal use of a Department of Defense insignia, and the Presidential Seal, both of which were used to procure the hard-to-come-by explosives used in the bombings.

What Happened To Alexandria Bain and Kyliyah Bain? Details Of The Heroic Rescue [VIDEO]

In the aftermath of the recovery of Alexandria Bain and Kyliyah Bain, authorities are now releasing information about the details that led them to the girls and their kidnapper, Adam Mayes. In a press conference held by the Mississippi Highway Patrol, Master Sgt. Steve Crawford explains how days of searching for the Bain sisters and Adam Mayes, who killed their mother and sister, led them to a red-brick church perched on a hill.

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